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The myth of the transformative election https://t.co/iV7HMIO6Zc Philip Jenkins, @spectator
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Charles M. Ramsey Publications

Sufism, Pluralism and Democracy, by Clinton Bennett (Editor) Chap 5.  by Charles M. Ramsey,  Equinox Publishing (Indonesia) (March 31, 2017)


Edited by A.R. Kidwai, Chapter 16, “Sir Sayyid and the Religious Foundations for a pluralist Society” by Charles M. Ramsey, Viva Books, 2017


Blessed Bourndaries: the limits of Sunnah to legitimize violence
Charles M. Ramsey, Islamic Peach Ethics: Legitimate and Illegitimate Violence in Contemporary Islamic Thought, Eds. Heydar Shadi and Gerhard Beestermöller (Bonn: Nomos, 2017).

by Charles M. Ramsey, Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies (in Asia) , Vol. 9, No, 4, pp. 59-84, December 2015